Reviews and Problems with Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7
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A Fun Game, but Not Nearly as Fun as the First One.
14 August 2013
Summary: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is the sequel to the first LEGO Harry Potter, which covers years 1-4. This game is rated E - Everyone and does not include any foul language or suggestive material. The music is excellent and the graphics are the best I've seen in a LEGO game.
Summary: The Positives: Far less bugs and glitches, To the point where they are pretty much unnoticeable. Improved graphics make the game look much better then before. Gameplay has been tweaked and makes it easier to perform and change spells. Far easier to find collectibles then it was in the previous game.
Another great Lego game, but lacks online multiplayer
Jeremy Smith, Amazon
9 January 2013
Summary: LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 is another great outing by TT Games in the Lego series and expands upon LHP: Years 1-4. You get exactly what you'd expect in this game, a humorous, light-hearted adventure game for fans of the Harry Potter series.
Summary: If you are a fan of the Lego/Movie Tie-in video games then you have another very good title in Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7. My son (who is 9) loves the Lego series and Lego's in general. He has had all the games and they are a delight to play with him.
Summary: I usually love the Lego games. This one looks good and isn't bad but I don't find it as enjoyable as some of the other games. Not too familiar with the HP films so that probably doesn't help understanding the story.
Summary: This was purchased for a birthday present. Yes it did arrive in time (just) on the day, as far as I know works fine. My only criticism is I contacted the seller to ask if I could pay extra delivery cost to ensure the parcel arrived within plenty of time, I got a response which wasn't relevant to my...